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en passant
American English: /ɑː̃pæˈsɑː̃/
British English: /ɒ̃ paˈsɑːnt/
, /ˈpasɒ̃/

Translation of en passant in Spanish:

adverb

  • 2 (in chess)
    Example sentences
    • Only pawns can be captured en passant.
    • If White plays another move he cannot then decide to capture en passant!

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